Seismic Design of Fatima Al Zahra Mosque 2

dc.contributor.advisorMahmud M.S. Dwaikat
dc.contributor.authorRefat Mustafa Dameh
dc.contributor.authorBanan Majid Damrah
dc.contributor.authorMohammad Eyad Hamad
dc.description.abstract Fatima Al Zahra mosque is an old prominent landmark in Qaffen-Tulkarm City where engineering offices do not design for seismic loads.           This mosque, consists of a ground floor and a first floor with a total area of 476m2 (238m2 for each). Structural models will be analyzed and designed by using computer software and the results will be checked by hand calculations.   Earthquakes cause great damage for structures, so seismic design is an essential requirement in order to reduce the earthquake effect and to achieve safe, comfortable and economical design. The design of this building will help improve our analytical skills and our engineering sense by using structural simulation models and to be able to judge the validity of the results. We have to keep up with the development so we will use structural analysis programs and we must have the ability to decide whether the results are logical and comply with our engineering sense or not.    The methodology that we depend on it in our project that The structural elements are modeled as 3D dimensional elements (Slabs, Beams, columns and footing) using (SAP2000 program), after using 3D model to represent the structure, the model is analyzed considering gravity and lateral loads and the results are compared with hand calculations to verify that 3D model results are OK, then the code checks are done to verify the design requirements for each member and to produce detailed drawings for construction.             The structure system of the building is a reinforced concrete frame with slabs and beam system, the design against seismic-induced lateral loads using Response Spectrum analysis.           The Structural elements are to be designed as reinforced concrete members according to strength and serviceability criteria as specified in ACI. For seismic design UBC 97 code will be used. The difference between the gravity design and seismic design will be shown in Details.     Dynamic analysis is based on an appropriate ground motion representation and is performed using accepted principles of dynamics. The main methods of dynamic analysis are the response spectrum analysis and the time- history analysis.UBC 97 code and response spectrum analysis are used in this project for seismic loads. Response spectrum is an elastic dynamic analysis of a structure utilizing the peak dynamic response of all modes having a significant contribution to total structural response. Peak modal responses are calculated using the ordinates of the appropriate response spectrum curve which correspond to the modal periods. Maximum modal contributions are combined to obtain an approximate total structural response. Manual computations from UBC 97 code are used with appropriate factors Ca, Cv, R, I, and Z.    en
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dc.titleSeismic Design of Fatima Al Zahra Mosque 2en
dc.titleSeismic Design of Fatima Al Zahra Mosque 2ar
dc.typeGraduation Project
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